How will we navigate our increasing global interdependence? Can we conceive a global civics which is both feasible and sufficient to the task? Jian Yi and Hakan Altinay pursue these questions in conversations in nine countries. In their documentary, we witness disagreements among two workers in South Africa, as well as consensus between two businessmen in China and Turkey, Buddhist and Muslim theologians, students in India and United States. Global Civics is a visual and conceptual feast, which will leave you with a dose of hope and a refreshed curiosity for a truly global conversation.

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Comment by Al LeBlanc on May 23, 2014 at 8:45am

EXCELLENT VIDEO "GLOBAL CIVICS"  GOOD TO SEE SHARED GLOBAL AWARENESS/NEED OF COMMON HUMANITY -RESPONSIBILITY OF ALL OF US !  "We each have individual responsibility."  Up U & Me UsAll as HUMANITY.  "What does it mean to live well as human beings Individuals and to flourish ?  "MOST IMPORTANT RESPONSIBILITY - TO THINK" !!

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